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This article grapples with the debate over the potential for second-generation GM crops – GMO 2.0 – and raises important questions about reception by end-users, scale, implications of breeding technologies, and donor impact. I argue that researchers and policy-makers need to move beyond the bifurcated debate to consider GM crops in specific ecological, economic and cultural conditions that face farmers across the continent.